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along. i'm jon kelley. marla tellez has the day off. we begin this morning with san francisco city leaders all fed up with a south bay tech company and the private bus service for people who live in the city. they say traffic caused by the big cruisers needs to be and must be regulated. nbc bay area's christie smith is in san francisco with more on the brewing battle there. good morning, christie. >> reporter: good morning, jon. on the one hand, the shuttles are getting people to work and getting cars off the road and getting people to their jobs. on the other hand, a lot of people in san francisco think these shuttle buses that just keep popping up need a little bit more regulations when they are riding on the streets of san francisco. particularly during commute hours. they see some of them blocking bus stops and causing traffic conditions at the height of the morning commute. supervisor john avalos asked for a permit system for shuttle operators. they would have to pay to use muni bus stops or other curb for pick ups and drop offs. san francisco workers use these buss to get to
you along. i'm jon kelley. >>> the mini gadget unveils. the announcement actually happening right now. scott budman is live in downtown san jose with details on this much-anticipated and speculated event. scott, good morning. >> well, good morning, marla. good morning, jon. apple coming to the biggest city to talk about some of its smallest devices this morning. couple surprise announcements. most of the focus expected on the ipad line and that is, indeed, what we got. they're talking inside, right now, as we speak, about the new mini ipad. that is going to be what it is called. it is smaller, it is thinner and about 0.7 of a pound and little less than eight inches for the screen. this is going to compete with seven-inch devices and also a expected to put alapaal bapaal the classroom. not only easier to put in your child's backpack, but your own purse or backpack. a surprise from apple, a fourth generation regular size ipad also introduced today. this is just about six months after we saw the third generation ipad. this one will start at $499. it is powerful, retna screen, et cete cet
. thank you for joining us. i'm jon kelley. marla tellez has the day off. the bay area braces for a big weekend of festivities. the heart of it all, san francisco. a little bit of something for everybody over the next couple days. on the buffet of outdoor activity, the 49ers are at home against the bills. giants playoff baseball, a music festival shs the america's cup, and look up in the sky, it's the blue angels. we'll start off with our live coverage with bob redell and the fleet week festivities. what's going on, my man? >> reporter: good morning to you, john. we're aboard the u.s.s. macon island. tours of this vessel here in san francisco start in just under 24 hours from now. one thing that will strike you is just how large she is. at 850 feet long, she's only a couple hundred feet shorter than an aircra carrier. her flight deck, as you can see, can handle lots of helicopters. it's an assault ship capable of carrying 1,000 sailors and a detachment of 1200 marines. some of whom you just saw. her yeek anemic feature is the well deck. it can be filled with water and slunk slightly so
. always a pleasure. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. new this morning, silicon valley is once again buzzing as the most valuable company gets ready to make another announcement. this news coming into the newsroom two hours ago. business and tech reporter scott mcgrew have ts the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the iphone 5 was announced last month. the distant past. the last time you paid the mortgage, it has been that long. apple sending out an invitation saying we have more to show you. this happening next thursday in san jose. the hint is we're talking about a smaller ipad. really more than a hint, news of a smaller ipad has been leaking out of apple for a long time. amazon has had success with the tablets and apple wants a piece of the business. not to be outdone, microsoft showing off the surface tablet. this will go on sale on friday, october 26th. it is $499 or about the same price as the full-sized apple ipad. apple shares are up 2% on the latest announcement about the announcement. jon. >> scott, thank you very much. we appreciate it. >>> another huge story
. >> good morning. i'm jon kelley. marla tellez has the day off. we start off with breaking news in the south bay. dr. marvin bonham has been charged with a total of 18 felonies. he is now accused of trading prescriptions for oxycontin in return for cash and return for methamphetamine. bonham allegedly wrote more than half his prescriptions for county residents. the 61-year-old resident is scheduled to be arraigned some time tomorrow. >>> it was 23 years ago today that the ground shook and buildings fell and sadly, 63 people lost their lives. we are talking about the earthquake of 1989. nbc's damian is keeping an eye on that. >> reporter: this is the reservoir and there is concern about the strength in case of a large earthquake. the valley water district has taken precautions. one precaution is keeping the water level at 68% capacity. the concern is the dam would not support a large tremor and sending the water into the valley. a tremor would indicate a large concern. the earthquake struck at 5:04 p.m. on this day in 1989. it caused between $6 billion and $8 billion in damage an
join us, i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. decision 2012 is coming the the bay area. modern history in the making. the president is honoring a california icon before heading to san francisco for faund raising push. here is video of president barack obama landing in bakersfield about an hour ago. he is there to officially announce the establishment of the cesar chavez national monument. the property is the headquarters of the united farm workers and served as a planning and coordination center for chavez and his movement in the 1970s. afterward a dinner reception will be held for the president tonight in san francisco at the bill graham civic auditorium. john legend will perform in concert there. last night the president took the stage in los angeles at a star-studded event that included celebrities like jon bon jovi, stevie wonder and katie perry. the president march veld at their performances and even took a shot at his own debate performance. >> everybody here incredible professionals, such great friends. they just performed flawlessly night after night. i can't always say the sam
more vulnerable without mitchell boggs. so we'll see. a key at-bat by jon jay here with two runners on. >> joe: the runners will be at second and third with two out. lopez will get that little meeting from the crew chief yossgary darling before he got o the mound. maybe they let him take the time he needs. again, lopez brought in. then the tarp came on. lopez did not have to face a batter, if the giants didn't want to do that. but they're going to stay with their sidearming left-hander, making his first appearance of this nlcs. it will be that confrontation with jon jay, with runners on at second and third. descalso and kozma. so basically three-and-a-half hours later. we're going to resume play with jay at the plate. one for two on the night. lopez was such a big part of it in 2010. now they're going to repaint the batter's box. >> tim: i know we forgot something. what was it? >> joe: and this grounds crew. they have been busy tonight. they've done a great job. you can see erin andrews actually -- erin andrews asked before the rain really hit how this field is drainage wise. and the a
meant play by jon jay with the backhand right on the ground. blanco had gone around second base. now allen craig and everybody on the card infield are saying that he is out of the baseline, and now first base umpire, miller, will get help from gibson. >> meanwhile craig is saying he tagged him, and looked like he got him on the back. >> tim: he did. >> joe: we will get a conference now with the umpires. and he got him on the back. >> tim: he clearly did. >> joe: it should be a double play. miller had a great view of it, but didn't see it. and if somebody else saw something different, then they will call him out. if not, it will be one on, one out. and nobody saw it. >> tim: of course, that is not reviewable. mike matheny arguing, but bill miller -- i beg your pardon, gibson, second base umpire, would have had the best shot at it but he was out in center field making sure that jon jay made the catch, which he did. >> joe: and matheny is still letting bill miller hear it. take a look at the positioning of the umpires. greg gibson, the second base umpire. he stays put. he's right there.
, the cardinals could be a little more vulnerable without mitchell boggs. so we'll see. a key at-bat by jon jay here with two runners on. >> joe: the runners will be at second and third with two out. lopez will get that little meeting from the crew chief yossgary darling before he got o the mound. maybe they let him take the time he needs. again, lopez brought in. then the tarp came on. lopez did not have to face a batter, if the giants didn't want to do that. but they're going to stay with their sidearming left-hander, making his first appearance of this nlcs. it will be that confrontation with jon jay, with runners on at second and third. descalso and kozma. so basically three-and-a-half hours later. we're going to resume play with jay at the plate. one for two on the night. lopez was such a big part of it in 2010. now they're going to repaint the batter's box. >> tim: i know we forgot something. what was it? >> joe: and this grounds crew. they have been busy tonight. they've done a great job. you can see erin andrews actually -- erin andrews asked before the rain really hit how this field is
. yesterday not a very good day for apple. tech reporter jon fortt back from the apple event out in san jose. he's here at global headquarters. let's first talk -- jon, welcome. you must have had a long red eye flight. but at any rate, talk about the pricing. was it a surprise that it was as high as it is? >> surprised some people. $325. they want 1ded $1.99. i did a piece saying no way they'd sell this below $300. but i don't think that's necessarily a problem. we'll see. because apple's been beating the other tablets at $199 with a $500 -- $400 ipad already on volume. now they've got a cheaper one, it fills out their lineup. they might just continue to beat them -- >> they can come in at $329 and see how it goes. it may do fine. it is easier than to cut the price back down and it would be to start at $299 and say, wait a minute, let's take it up to $349. we've now had 2, maybe 2 1/2 product announcements under tim cook. i got sense that yesterday's -- the stock market wasn't all that favorable. compare the last couple of product announcements under come with comparable product announcement
>>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. we are following a developing story in oakland. a total of four people killed in three separate shootings all within a 12-hour span. >> it happened on 90th and macarthur. less than two hours later, a second shooting on macarthur. then two people killed on 72nd avenue and international boulevard. that is where bob redell joins us live on what has become a deadly day in oakland. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marla and jon. we spoke to a resident who said they wondered what is going on. four gun deaths within the city limits since 9:00 last night. all young men in their late teens or early 20s. two killed on 72nd avenue where we are right now. a residential street. a couple of blocks away from international boulevard. these men were in a green minivan on the street. a van that one of the passengers bought within the past day. at 6:00 as the sun was coming up this morning, someone walked up to the van and there was a confrontation. this person fired multiple shots at them killing them both
. not a bad idea trying to drop one down but it's foul. kozma now. shane robinson on deck. and then jon jay against mijares, with jason motte. the cardinal closer getting loose. will have at least a two-run lead in the bottom of this ninth. kozma. strike two. kozma with an rbi single, a stolen base, a run scored in the four-run fourth for st. louis. each side got more in the fourth. after the cardinals got two in the second and the home run by freese. that is all the scoring. fouled back. kozma, not a big guy. he gets a pretty good riff. the count still 0-2. not only does he have a single. for an rbi. but he has lined out to left. >> joe: another 0-2. down for ball one. the giants in their half of this ninth will have the eight, nine and one spot. crawford, pinch-hitter and pagan. two pinch-hitters at the start. kozma strikes out. >> tim: wow! what a disappearing slider by mijares. watch this ball break. it disappears on kozma. missed that ball by eight inchs. that is nasty right there. >> joe: so one out, shane robinson will come off the bench to bat for boggs. one scoreless inning for mit
morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. yes, indeed, the giants looking to keep that momentum going, fresh off last night's dominating victory. they looked good and felt good. game two starts in six hours from now. >> we have amy gutierrez live at at&t park. arturo santiago has a look at how to get your hands on some memorabilia from game one. but let's start with meteorologist christina loren with our gameday forecast. christina, is mother nature going to play ball, so to speak? >> she's going to knock one out of the park for us today, marla. good morning to you. we've had a good-looking day shaping up. for the first time, not talking about potential showers during gametime. in fact, quite the ton trar. contrary. abundant sunshine. by 6:00 p.m., the winds will pick up. our wind direction has shifted since yesterday, a north-northwest wind. if we see any pick-up, it will be out towards mccovey cove. by the finish of the game, 57 degrees. that breeze will continue. but i think the cool, clear conditions are in favor of our giant
'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. it wasn't hammer time that we saw in game one with the bats, but the g-men get what counts. the game two world series victory using small plays and smart strategy. the giants heading to detroit with the 2-0 lead. >> we have team coverage in two time zones. we have jamie sayer at comerica park and we begin with bob redell at at&t park where he caught up with the team as they left this morning. bob, i know somebody was late getting to that bus today, huh? >> reporter: we will tell you about that in a minute. delayed them by a half hour. good morning, marla and jon. the san francisco giants are already on the way to where jamie is right now on the way to detroit. they left sfo 15 minutes ago on two chartered united airlines. firefighters honored the team with giant plumes of water as they taxied out heading east to detroit. fans were here at at&t park as they boarded the buses for the airport. the giants sending 600 to 700 people to game three. not just tim lincecum and the rest of the players and coaches, but much of the front offi
. and then jon jay against mijares, with jason motte. the cardinal closer getting loose. will have at least a two-run lead in the bottom of this ninth. kozma. strike two. kozma with an rbi single, a stolen base, a run scored in the four-run fourth for st. louis. each side got more in the fourth. after the cardinals got two in the second and the home run by freese. that is all the scoring. fouled back. kozma, not a big guy. he gets a pretty good riff. the count still 0-2. not only does he have a single. for an rbi. but he has lined out to left. >> joe: another 0-2. down for ball one. the giants in their half of this ninth will have the eight, nine and one spot. crawford, pinch-hitter and pagan. two pinch-hitters at the start. kozma strikes out. >> tim: wow! what a disappearing slider by mijares. watch this ball break. it disappears on kozma. missed that ball by eight inchs. that is nasty right there. >> joe: so out, shane robinson will come off the bench to bat for boggs. one scoreless inning for mitchell. after mujica struck out the side in the seventh. rosenthal worked a scoreless sixth. rzepczy
everyone is talking about. jon stewart versus bill o'reilly. >>> good morning, everyone. once again i'm randi kaye. 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 a.m. on the west. we start this morning with the news that the pharmacy responsible for making the steroid blamed for spreading fungal meningitis has recalled all of its products nationwide. i want you to look at this map with me. 64 cases of fungal meningitis are confirmed in the nine states that you see highlighted there, but that number could go up. our brian todd has more. >> just a week after getting a steroid injection she thought would help her, japan it russell is in intensive care as a tennessee hospital. that tainted injection might well have given her meningitis. her family is more than just concerned. >> of course, we're just worried sick is the main thing. >> this doesn't happen in america. i mean this doesn't -- i mean i hope that doesn't sound -- you're just thinking, this is something that is not even real. >> their moms, more than two dozen in tennessee and others believed to have fungal meningitis. it's an inflammation of th
morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. we begin with developing news. just a horrifying scene near an antioch school. a crossing guard and two others seriously hurt when a car rams right into them this morning. this all happened near turner elementary school. and that is where nbc bay area's christie smith joins us live. christie, the question is, what exactly happened out there. >> reporter: well, good morning to you, jon. you know, i've been speaking with witnesses out here this morning, and they describe an absolutely horrible scene of a driver speeding and weaving in and out of traffic here on delta fair boulevard. the driver, they say, was in that audi that you see across the street turned on its side. they say the driver hit a curb so hard that the front wheel of the car actually fell off, that the driver hit another car in the intersection and three people standing on the corner, a crossing guard, the crossing guard's son, and a parent who was dropping off a child here at turner elementary school. this is just after 8:
clinton. >> reporter: also while in new york, president obama stopped by "the daily show with jon stewart," and things took a serious turn discussing the terrorist attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. >> i wasn't confused about the fact that we needed to ramp up diplomatic security around the world right after it happened. >> reporter: it's back to business today for the candidates. president obama heads to virginia while mitt romney campaigns in florida. the latest gallup poll shows one day of post-debate sentiment, shows mitt romney leading by seven points, 52% to 45%. but polls of the battleground states that will decide the election show a much tighter race. paula and john? >> tahman bradley, in washington. thank you for that much-needed humor from that dinner, tahman. >> reporter: yes, indeed. >>> as for the candidates' wives, ann romney explained her husband's shift on abortion on "the view." she said he was opposing abortion when it came to creating embryos for stem cell research. and first lady michelle obama appears this morning on "live with kelly and michael." in re
this showdown very closely with china. tech correspondent jon fortt in silicon valley looking at which companies stand to win and lose in all this. >> bob, the biggest, most obvious winner here is cisco because that's huawei's arch enemy in the networking space. cisco has accused them of stealing its source code and they've called out huawei as cisco's largest challenger. buyers and sellers themselves aren't an immediate win. public sector purchasing has been suffering and huawei didn't have a lot of share in the u.s. to begin with. but companies that do business with the government might back away from considering huawei. they're the number two telecom maker in the world so this might help cisco gain some share in other markets where governments could be influenced by the u.s. move. could also help erickson, the number one telecom commitment supplier. juniper has set up demo labs to try to push the brand. the key is what happens in europe. u.s. is just 4% of huawei's business. europe is more like 14%. that's where u.s. companies will look to gain an advantage. >> jon, china is also key to anoth
garcia-cannon. jon kelley has the day off. six hours to game time. >> bay area baseball fans holding on to hope after a disappointing home opener. the giants find themselves trailing in a series after losing to the cardinals. fans hope the turn around will make up for the sluggish start. >> we have christie smith live in san francisco if you are heading into the city. we begin with john henry smith live at at&t park this morning where the giants were beaten by the bull pen. good morning, john henry. >> reporter: good morning. the question is is today's game a must win? the answer is maybe. on one hand, if they lose today, they have to go on the road to st. louis this week. they will have to win two of three games to stave off elimination and force game six next sunday. when you consider this is not as bad a proposition as they faced last week in cincinnati when they had to win three games there to get to this point. you'll understand that the giants aren't necessarily overly concerned about dropping game one. >> it's best out of seven. we shown how resilient we can be. you hate to lo
and i wear around the house. >> reporter: while in new york the president stopped by the daily with jon stewart. there were lighter moments but stewart grilled the president on the administration's evolving story for the attack in libya. >> were weren't confused about the fact that four americans had been killed. i wasn't confused about the fact that we needed to ram up security around the world. >> reporter: -- in a poll president obama has a strong lead in two battleground states. in wisconsin the president leads romney by six points in iowa it is an eight point spread. sharp contrast to a daily tracking poll which puts romney ahead by seven points. both sides are keeping their schedules light today so they can prepare for the third and final debate monday. >>> remind third and final presidential debate is set for next monday. it will be held in florida. with a focus on foreign policy the debate starts 6 p.m. you can watch it live here. >>> meteorologist mike nicco is ahead with our forecast. >>> all those clouds, cooler conditions are on the way even rain as we head towards sunday ni
in san francisco? good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. welcome back. glad to have you back. you're just in time right now, perfect timing for our first big storm of the season rolling in. >> it ends a six-month spell of dangerously dry weather. here's a look at the downpour this morning in san francisco. cars cautiously driving on some slick roads. also on the peninsula, in burlingame, cars taking a pounding there. arturo santiago is live in san jose where there was a steady downpour today. but first, let's get to meteorologist, christina loren, who's been busy tracking all the action. >> good morning. i set this radar back about six hours just to show you all the heavy rainfall that came through the bay area in a very short-lived period of time. for now, we're done with the heavy rain. but we have this unsettled pattern to get through. we're going to see light, spotty showers return, another round getting into this evening. in addition to that, gusty winds on the way. this evening into tomorrow morning, we get another
-cannon. jon kelley has the day off. >> i'm marla tellez. the giants are the new world series champs and a big story this season. redemption. barry zito erased all of the past failures. >> and sandoval went from bench warmer from the 2010 world series to 2012 world series mvp. >> we have team coverage on all things giants this morning. bob redell is awaiting the team's homecoming at at&t park. christie smith is keeping an eye on the fan celebrations. let's start with lauren scott in detroit who was in the locker room. lawrence, good morning. >> reporter: what a tremendous night last night here in detroit and a scene that will not soon be forgotten. the giants winning the second world series in three years. afterwards in the clubhouse, the celebration was intense. take a look. the champagne was flying. >> oh, that's cold. >> you did it! >> that's a great mentor to be sprayed by. will the thrill. >> the team won 94 games. this team was loaded with talent and incredible grit and determination. >> i don't see any reason why we have no reason to do it. you have to look at it that way as you build t
for the giants. >> tim: i think blanco went for the safe play. watch jon jay put the glove up as though he were going to make the catch. blanco did not have a good read. that frees him right there and could only go to third. >> joe: so the bases are loaded with theriot, the right-handed hitter, coming up. rzepczysnki is in the bullpen. right at the top of the hour here in san francisco, a beautiful night, 62 degrees. that's us, joe, tim, kenny and erin at&t park. and this crowd has been loud all night. theriot's second at-bat since taking over for the injured scutaro. good breaking ball for strike 1. on deck, the switch-hitting sandoval with rzepczysnki in the bullpen. here's the 0-1. strike 2. guillermo mota will join romo if this inning gets out of hand. theriot trying to add to it. the 0-2 pitch. breaking ball fouled back. game three, a late afternoon game in st. louis on wednesday. giants trying to even the series. great work tonight from ryan vogelsong, their starter. a breaking ball. fouled away. >> tim: theriot fighting off some good pitches from shelby miller. >> joe: the cardinals are
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president of the united states. kelly, thanks so much. here is savannah. >>> heavyweights jon stewart and bill o'reilly have a lot to say about the election. over the weekend they squared off in an online debate. >> reporter: organizers called it the rumble in the air conditioned auditorium. for 90 minutes, jon stewart and bill o'reilly traded jabs over the serious, substantive, much of the night was spent on silliness. in one corner, comedy central's disputed, albeit vertically challenged jon stewart. >> the altitude is rough there. >> reporter: the face of fox news took on some props. >> adios, sayonara, aloha, it is boring. >> my friend bill o'reilly is completely full of [bleep]. >> how did two personalities such as yourself, who are almost polar opposites, share willingness to come together when congress can't. what advice would you give congress? >> and what would you like for christmas, little boy? >> reporter: after the lap dance, fire and substance over entitlements. >> you didn't say advertise on the radio for food stamps. >> why is it if you take advantage of a tax break an
with the presidential debates. jon stewart aiming most of his fire, oh, yeah, at president obama. >> there is no red america. there is no blue america. this is only the america that can't believe how bad this guy did in the debate. romney won with the sound up. >> you're entitled to a house and airplane but not your own facts. >> romney won with the sound off. dude. he's yelling at you. look up. look at! what are you writing at that's so important? you know, mr. president, everybody has parts of their jobs that they don't like so much, but they still have to do those things if they want to keep those jobs, and if you don't want to do it for yourself, think of your supporters. look what your performance did last night to one of them. >> i don't know what he was doing out there. i don't know how he let romney get away with the crap he threw out. what was he doing tonight? he was disarmed? where was obama tonight? >> you happy? mr. president, you broke chris matthews! >> he's still broken. you know, at one point, when he's writing, was he writing in his diary. >> playing words with friends. got a coupl
for joining us. i'm jon kelley. happening in oakland, unmanned predator drones continue flying over the skies of afghanistan and other parts of the middle east. the very same kind of drone that may soon be flying over the skies of the bay area. the shash arrieriff wants to uso help with crowd control and firefighting. opponents say they feel this idea is an invasion of privacy. >> reporter: those owe ppponent include the aclu, they're having a news conference here at the steps of city hall in oakland. they're here to denounce the idea. civil libertarians argue sheriff needs to obtain a warrant every time he uses a drone. they argue the drones should not be used by the sheriff for random mass surveillance. the sheriff says he needs the drones for infrared surveillance. the drones would cost between $50,000 and $100,000. and they could also help in detecting illegal pot brews inside someone's home. the military uses similar technology to go after al qaeda and other terrorist groups. the local drones would be smaller and would not carry weapons. someone would control the unmanned drones remotely
: from a gorilla on jon stewart, his offer of a check to charity. >> for $5 million. >> reporter: if president obama would release his passport records. reminded the folks at college humor of a certain someone -- >> $1 million. >> reporter: presto changeo, the donald was dr. evil. there were counterproposals, some too raunchy for the news. >> 1 million actual dollars. if you will let me [ bleep ]. >> i said, hey, don, i'll give you $5 million if you release that thing on your head. >> reporter: on jimmy kimel's show, playing the great pumpkin. >> a check for $5 million. >> huh? >> reporter: the one that was almost painful to watch, the one that had to hurt the most came from an old friend of donald's. >> i want to say it to his face. donald, you're making a fool of yourself. >> reporter: you just don't get it, suggested she end up apologizing to him. why did you choose me as one of the ten most fascinating people of the year, from one top ten to another? >> the number one lame october surprise, donald trump offering $5 million to unearth anyone who still takes him seriously. >> r
. >>> it is 7:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. of course the weather the big story this morning. a rain here means snow up in the sierra and this is what it looked like there in placer county early this morning. wow, the snow coming down. a nice thick blanket of the white stuff out there. no doubt they are sure to get more throughout the day, but let's check things closer here at home. meteorologist christina loren tracking that storm that is moving right over the bay area. christina, what's it looking like? >> oh, jon kelley, just be happy you are already at work because people have to drive through these very strong showers. as we get into the next hour, hour and a half, the weather will be at its worst. we've got a really good-looking line of showers moving onshore san mateo. you can see we've already been hammered all morning long. temperatures today will be on the cool side. 62 in livermore, 63 in santa teresa and 62 in gilroy with winds picking up throughout the day today. i'm talking about gusts potentially at 50 miles per hour, so you really want to take it easy out ther
it back on the market. when in jon hoffman and his partner bought the house in june they saw a quirky old house in disrepair on a precious parcel of land. hoffman's partner steve cells. >> you're the bad guy. >> absolutely i am. i'm a wolf in sheep's clothing. >> reporter: they got city approval to sub divide the two acres to build two new big house. >> it was he in never a secret. >> you were going to tear down a frank lloyd wright house. >> that was the intention. >> that's what ignited the controversy. when the partners got a demolition permit outraged preservationists got busy. they got a petition to stop the demolition and got the city planning commission to designate it as a historic landmark. >> never in my wildest dream would i have thought that someone would want to tear down a frank lloyd wright home. >> do you think they are being greedy? >> yes, do i. i think they are in it only for the money. >> reporter: they say they are businessmen needing to turn a profit. they can't restore the gem which they say would cost $2 million and they can't afford to have it sit around as a hist
frazier. >> and i'm brooke anderson. >>> "the insider" is on. >>> bill o'reilly versus jon stewart on the presidential debate before their own face-off tomorrow. >> as late-night targets the moderator in the middle. >> what he's saying now about his frustrations during the live tv showdown. >>> plus -- >> someone is finally getting tough on big bird. >> how romne backlash is growing today. >> it's an attack on children. >>> then -- >> is chris brown back with rihanna? his new confessions after breaking up with his girlfriend. >> when you share history with somebody it's kind of difficult. is there a such thing -- as loving two people? >>> then -- >> you can call me fat. >> t m
with jon bon jovi and katy perry. >>> meantime mitt romney campaigned in the crucial state of florida today knocking mr. obama's performance in last week's debate. >> you will have an opportunity to hear his answers or nonanswers. now of course day laters we're hearing his excuses and next january we'll be watching him leave the white house for the last time. >>> the republican nominee gives a speech on foreign policy in virginia tomorrow. an average of polls by real clear politics shows romney about even with mr. obama in florida and virginia. >> we're saying, put it on the label and let people make choices for themselves. >>> coming up at 10:30, we will look at both sides of a california proposition that could have an impact on american agriculture and the food you feed your family. >>> gas prices all over the state reached record highs today rising another 4-cents just overnight. the average price of a gallon of regular in california is just $4.65. a month ago it was $4.17. a year ago it was $4.67. ann rubin tells us what's behind another gas spike. >> reporter: californians are now payi
'reilly and jon stewart's faceoff over big bird. >> as we unveil the man behind the "sesame street" character, caught in the controversy. >> i was 35 when i got the job. >> did beyonce make jay-z forget the lyrics?
's broken up. moore sun able to hang on. jason verrett knocked it loose. >> kelly: jon koontz, number 97, the defensive end, actually dropped back into coverage in kind of a zone blitz and created more traffic inside for that crossing route. >> dave: will it come down to the foot of ryan bustin? 8 out of 11 in field goal attempts this year. moore. he is a physical receiver. his hands seem like they are always on the defender, makes that catch inside the ten to the eight. >> kelly: and the back shoulder said that is so difficult to defend. jason verrett number 2 has great man-to-man coverage all the way outside and throw behind on that back number and moore is a physical guy that can just basically box out and get the football. >> dave: got three cracks to win the game before you drive a field goal. two cracks to win the game before you try a field goal. >> kelly: remember, doege is only 6'1". at least it says in the program. >> dave: wink, wink, wink. >> kelly: and i think if you can't -- if you're too tired to get pressure on this quarterback here, push and hold your hands up and form a
holder, mcbriar now. his first game with the eagles. a hold for alex henery. jon dorenbos in the game. was listed on the injury list this week but he's able to snap it. this is a 20-yard field goal attempt. inside the left upright is good. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] bud light. for the fans who do whatever it takes. here we go. >> al: at halftime up with of the most popular eagles ever had his number retired. brian dawkins. >> i'd like to thank all of you for allowing me to be me, to act a fool when i wanted to, to lose my mind when i wanted to. >> al: well, he goes into the eagle hall of fame. and it might not be the last hall of fame. >> cris: i agree with you. 37 interceptions, 26 sacks. >> al: afthe'll be making that speech in canton in four years. wilson this time with no flags down. had an earlier runback negated. nnamdi asomugha. it was asomugha that got poked in the eye by ramses barden. doesn't look like much, but you can see the reaction by nnamdi. and he is off to the hospital now. >> cris: each team minus a big guy in the secondary. asomugha for philadelphia. ken phillips,
. >>> it is 7:26. good morning, everybody, i'm jon kelly. this just into our newsroom, a fire that engulfed the cab of a big rig is out. you can see past the tower of the bay bridge, the smoke coming up here. this was shot just moments ago. that cab we're being told caught on fire at the intersection of 7th and middle harbor road. so far no injuries have been reported. for the latest, let's take you to our road warrior. >> this is the bay bridge toll plaza and the backup here obviously a concern. but from the toll plaza you can see that smoke you saw. i have marked it on the map just below where it says interstate 80. it's in the port of oakland again so it's not on 880 or the bay bridge but is clearly visible from the area. that's what the smoke is for. now we're looking at south 880, very slow from san leandro all the way down into fremont. a series of earlier accidents caused a big backup and it will last all morning. also 680 coming from sunol, heavy volume. and the northbound routes, really slow 101 after an accident at allen rock. also red, i think those temperatures, christina. >> oh
are listening. there was a piece today. jon corzine, page 6 points that jon corzine had dinner on saturday night at elmilino where you can get a bowl of pasta for $89. he was there having dinner with with alan grubman, entertainment lawyer and taxi magnate. rick, if you want to know where jon corzine is, and i know a lot in chicago want to know, having dinner at the new restaurant upper east side manhattan on saturday night. >> gary, of course, i believe in freedom, and obviously, he hasn't been charged with anything. he can go spend $1,000 apiece for a strand of spaghetti. i don't care, and i wish most americans could afford a thousand dollar strand of spaghetti. i bet when he closes his eyes at night to go to sleep, i don't think he has happy thoughts. you know, whether the legality catches up with him, whether the politics release him to the legalities, because i think it's all about politics, but in the end, you know what? you and i sleep well at night. i doubt if he does. there's so retribution on that level. >> well said, rick. by the way, let's get a tuesday edition of santelli exchange.
:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. a memorial service being held today in san francisco for chris stevens. he is the u.s. ambassador to libya who died during a violent terrorist attack just last month. stevens grou up in the east bay and graduated from uc berkeley and uc hastings college of the law in san francisco. he died september 11th when a terrorist group attacked the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. today's memorial service will be held in the rotunda of the san francisco city hall. that will start at 4:30 this afternoon. several state and national dignitaries will be attending, including thomas pickering, a former ambassador, chosen by hillary clinton to review security arrangements in libya. now, some political experts say this is a strategic move by the obama administration, since pickering is conducting the v , investigation, he will not be able to comment on the issue. we'll have continuing coverage as well as a live stream on our website, nbcbayarea.com. that service is set to start this afternoon at 4:30. >>> right now let's get a look at your tuesday forecast and
the story. >> reporter: hello. my name is jon levine. i'm from new york city, new york, united states of america. i came to china in search of gainful employment. i was unemployed and then severely underemployed, and then i left. >> reporter: and this is where he ended up. he now teaches chinese students about the country he has left behind. 25-year-old jonathan levine had a masters degree and a dead-end job. going, america. hello, china. a new life of opportunity. >> look at this. >> you can say it's a long march. >> a long march, indeed, for jonathan, and a world now waking up to the full extent of china's power. >> in the states everybody is so mopey. it's the end of the world, and there's no jbz, and inequality is through the roof, and we're back to like the guilded age in the u.s. >> reporter: for presidential candidates looking for someone to blame, enter big bad china. china keeping its currency low, boosting exports. china stealing american jobs. >> the president has a regular opportunity to label them as a currency manipulator but refuses to do so. on day one i will label chi
and stop further joint damage before they stop you. >>> it is 7:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. in about a half hour from right now a los gatos mom will take her kids to school only to be met by police. she says her two daughters have been kicked out of four different schools for their severe nut allergies. this month van meter elementary school telling edwards her girls cannot go back to that school. the district says it's pause they don't live at the los gatos address they provided. this morning edwards will take her daughters to school even though she has been told not to. >> i'm really hoping that it's not something that's going to scare the girls. i have all of my residency paperwork, everything that we brought to the district originally to sign the girls up for school, we will have with us. by law, the girls are entitled to go to the school in the district they live in, which is los gatos, so there should be no reason for us not to be allowed on campus. >> the family has hired an attorney to file a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit. >>> last night we saw the giants d
the "pitcher's mound," and suddenly he's just about as tall as george bush. and check out how jon stewart boosted his height against bill o'reilly, but the obama/romney agreement says no height boost for either candidate, and a source deep inside the back room talks tells abc news that one of these past candidates -- we can't say which one -- insisted that the cameras be repositioned so as not to show his bald spot, but never any demands about brown m&ms. jonathan karl, abc news, washington. >> oh. >> you're not following our writers on this show, paula. >> what height difference are we talking about? >> thank you. there we go. that is how we roll on the overnights. >> yeah, we're just kind of leaving ourselves like teeing everybody up for a bad, sick, inappropriate joke right now. >> is it comfortable down there? >> i'm going to rise to the occasion. >> there you go. come on up. join us, everybody. no crazy demands on the overnight. just loving the job. >> just love, three diet cokes. >> that's all. >> some kim kardashian posters. >> hmm. >> what was that again? that onion makes me cry.
for the sake of the new york diocese. our coverage of the debate continues in just a few minutes. jon karl brings the scorecard. statements from the candidates, which check out and which ones don't. >>> killing spree at a denver bar remains a mystery. five bodies found after the bar went up in flames. we get the latest now from abc's brandi hitt, good morning, brandi. >> reporter: good morning, john, paula. denver police right now say they still have no motive and no suspects behind this mass killing in a bar that was covered up by fire. police found the bodies of four women and one man inside ferro's bar and grill at closing time. detectives say there is trauma on the body. they believe the five were murdered before the fire was set. >> came apparent during assessment of the patients outside of the building that there were significant trauma injuries inconsistent with the fire. >> reporter: the coroner has released the name of all five. th the dead. two 45-year-old women. a 29-year-old man. and 22-year-old woman also now been identified. >> we would look to think it was an isolated incide
. huntsman. >> reporter: if the name is familiar, it's no coincidence. this is jon huntsman sr., father of former presidential candidate jon huntsman jr. while he is not as familiar as his son, the billionaire businessman philanthropist and multiple cancer survivor has made his mark. huntsman says he was born with nothing and describes his upbringing as tough but 42 years ago he starts a small plastics company in southern california. >> 1973, a small team that worked with me, we inven the g mamb co the huntsman corporation, one of the largest plastics and instrial firms in the world. huntsman describes himself as a deal junkie who's also developed an addiction for giving. >> i'm pleased to say that right from the beginning we started giving money away to charity over 40 years ago. even when i had to borrow money from the bank. >> reporter: donated more than $1.2 billion to thousands of charities and individuals in the united states and abroad. the main charitable focus of two decades, building the huntsman cancer institute. >> i just wanted to have the best in the world and i believe th
as a result. would you consider it? >> this is incredible. jon corzine, i know a whole new series of things, fixed income was making so much fun. corzine was going to get jobs. this was one of the great businesses. it's terrible. >> today or yesterday anniversary of mf if i'm not mistaken. >> i think you're right. another impact to this is liquidity within the bond market itself particularly in high yield but in all corporates. used to be you could get a big on a big one. you want a bb bid on 60 million, you'll get bid five, ten points down. lack of liquidity because so many institutions have pulled back from the market to a certain extent is stunning. one wonders whether hedge funds won't move in there. a market reaction to a significant change in the financial services business. >> we have been waiting for blinking. we've been waiting for consolidation. waiting for people to pull business lines. it's happening. listen investment bankers and companies, it's a way to get your stock up. >> one wonders. ubs had its own issues when it comes to investment bank. could be seen as a different stor
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